Katrina Lindsay is a designer who works in theatre, dance, opera and television. Her work covers both sets and costumes.
For the National Theatre: Table, London Road (Cottesloe and Olivier, set and costumes), Earthquakes in London (costumes), Death and the King's Horseman (set and costumes), Market Boy (set).
Recent designs for theatre include: Cabaret in the West End and UK tour; Onassis in the West End and Chichester; Les Liaisons dangereuses (costumes) on Broadway; The Most Incredible Thing (set and costumes) at Sadler's Wells; Eugene Onegin (costumes) for the ROH; The Damnation of Faust and Turandot (costumes for both) for ENO; Die Tote Stadt (costumes) for Finnish National Opera; for the RSC: The Heresy of Love, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Morte d'Arthur (set and costumes), Love's Labour's Lost (costumes), Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy of Errors, House of Desires (set and costumes); and Eternal Damnation to Sancho and Sanchez, Cattlecall and Blue Roses at Sadler's Wells. Other designs include: Macbeth at Shakespeare's Globe; Cattlecall on tour; Blood Wedding and ID at the Almeida; and Sleeping Beauty at the Young Vic, Barbican and Broadway.
For Channel 4: Picasso: The Power of Genius (art direction of promotional animation for the documentary series), Fugee Girl (costume design) and six-part series Metrosexuality (production designer).